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: Radiolympia Showtime

[Starring] The Delta Rhythm Boys, The Seven Ashtons, Kathleen Moody, The Ben Yost Royal Guards
Bill Waddington assisted by Fred Wilkins, Lee Barrett, Hazel Kitcat, Maive Hewson, Jillian Roma, Angela Granger, Elizabeth Cooper, Manya Zarina, Cherry Mackenzie, Elizabeth Smyth, Anne Byatt, Mary Maxfield, Rosemary Day, Michael Charnley, Clifford Williams.
(The Delta Rhythm Boys are appearing at the London Palladium)


Vocalists: The Delta Rhythm Boys
Acrobats: The Seven Ashtons
Performer: Kathleen Moody
Musicians: The Ben Yost Royal Guards
Comedian: Bill Waddington
Performer: Fred Wilkins
Performer: Lee Barrett
Performer: Hazel Kitcat
Performer: Maive Hewson
Performer: Jillian Roma
Performer: Angela Granger
Performer: Elizabeth Cooper
Dancer: Manya Zarina
Performer: Cherry Mackenzie
Performer: Elizabeth Smyth
Performer: Anne Byatt
Performer: Mary Maxfield
Performer: Rosemary Day
Performer: Michael Charnley
Performer: Clifford Williams
Orchestra under the direction of: Eric Robinson
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Costumes designed by: Bertram Tyrer
Costumes designed by/Choreography: Bert Stimmel
Original music composed by: Stanley Andrews
Programme devised and produced by: Walton Anderson

: Painting a Portrait - 4

Henry Carr, the well-known portrait painter explains how he sets about his work, and shows viewers materials and methods.


Painter/presenter: Henry Carr

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.30)

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